As you surge down dazzling blue rapids, white water spray flies through the air. You steer your paddle to the left and right as your adventure accomplices laugh in pure excitement – it’s definitely the water steering you! The waters lull for a second, and you wipe your eyes to see a Berber farmer stopping briefly on his morning rounds to check out your ride.
If this sounds like something out of some wild, wanderlust-fuelled fantasy, think again – because it is exactly what you could experienc...
Kristen Gill, Kristen Gill Media suggests Baja California Sur, Mexico. If you are a nature or outdoors lover, you should visit Mexico’s Baja California Sur. Brimming with wildlife (one of the world’s most biodiverse marine areas), you can snorkel with angel fish and whale sharks, witness the gray whale migration, and swim in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez, famously named the “World’s Aquarium” by Jaques Cousteau. You can also hike the desert surrounded by thousand-year-old cacti and view prehistoric rock art from the Guaycura and Pericú Indians.
With his expeditions in six continents spanning 40 years, Mandip Singh Soin embodies the spirit of adventure.
I spent an exhilarating day biking Ireland’s Great Western Greenway trail in northwest County Mayo, and could not believe the beauty that surrounded me!
Beginning in the quaint town of Westport, the trail is over 42 kilometers long and passes through the towns of Newport and Mulranny, alongside the coast of Clew Bay, and ends up on picturesque Achill Island.
For the Geo Quiz, we are looking for a place in northwest Ireland where poet W B Yeats spent his childhood days and where stand up paddleboarding is a big tourist attraction.
From smoked beer and Christmas markets to snow-coated medieval towns, travel bloggers, including Wandering Earl and Kristen Gill, select Europe’s most atmospheric cities to visit in winter.
Filled with whales, lions, orang-utans, and elephants, it really is a wild and wonderful world. Travel bloggers pick the 12 top wildlife hotspots on Earth.
How Traveling Helps You Become Successful
“Traveling taught me how to open my eyes, pay attention to detail, be imaginative, think on the spot, be resourceful, ask for more information, take risks and give back,” said Gill, owner of Kristen Gill Media.
Unhappy with the low-radar profiling of her country, a Harvard Business School graduate took matters into her own hands. The Result? An award-winning company promoting authentic travel experiences.
Cruising along the Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s western coast harmoniously connects rugged landscapes with unique people, many of who still speak Irish Gaelic. Skirting around the coastline, expansive views and traditional villages captivate drivers along the route from the Northern Headlands down to the Havan Coast.
The Suzhou Museum has an impressive portfolio of permanent and limited engagement exhibits that are part of the world-class facility designed by renowned architect I.M. Pei, who just celebrated his 100th birthday in April 2017. Mr. Pei’s last official masterpiece, the Suzhou Museum is a work of art that houses the area’s historical artifacts and was built as a tribute to the city where he spent several years in his youth and where his family...